Argumentative Essay On Wolf Recovery

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Over the past 30 years the wolf population has increasedwent from less than three hundred to over four thousand and is still growing. This wasn’t a problem until the wolves lost their fear of mankind. This is where things started to change. Sesveral decades ago it looked like wolves would probably disappear forever from the plains and forests of this country.
After the statement that the gray wolf was protected under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in 1974, wolf recovery became possible in new areas. The public 's interest and fascination grew in leaps and bounds as the American culture became more and more removed from nature. They became more involved with the saving of the wolves. It was only after the wolves were gone and people had
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